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Here at In The News, we often talk about the benefits of getting a custom wall plaque of a featured article in a newspaper or magazine. However, we can create plaques of more than just your major news articles.
There’s more than one way to commemorate your personal and professional milestones! Here at In The News, we’re typically known for helping customer immortalize their accomplishments with a featured article plaque. However, we do more than simply mount articles.
Not too long ago, we talked about how Babe Ruth’s Hall of Fame plaque was removed from the museum for the first time since it was put in there so many decades ago. This trip was part of an effort to help boost tourism in New York as the plaque was put on display for several prominent games in the state, and in historic locations throughout.
Here on our blog, we’ve often discussed the value of using a featured article plaque to help promote your business or as a way of motivating people around the office. However, there are more uses for a plaque than showing off at work.
Recently, Todd Knowlson, our sales manager, challenged the rest of the In The News team to help him make a difference in the lives of others. He was working with Schools for Haiti, a registered 501 (C)3 charitable organization that is dedicated to helping the children of Haiti reach adulthood and live fuller, happier lives.
Midway through the month of April, thieves ventured into the Veteran’s Memorial Park in Wichita, Kansas and vandalized the USS Dorado Memorial display. Two of the plaques were stolen in their entirety, and a third was left at the scene of the crime.
Do you know a chef who can speak six languages, served as the personal chef for Bill Clinton and has cooked for such notable celebrities as Nicholas Cage, Jon Bon Jovi, and Sheryl Crow? How about a chef who has prepared meals for foreign dignitaries and royalty? If you know Marti Mongiello, then the answer is “yes.” Recently, Marti was featured in the London UK Times for his achievements and chose to preserve that article in a mahogany custom wall plaque with gold trim.
In American sports history, few names are as well-known and celebrated as the name of George “Babe” Ruth, one of the first players ever to be elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1936, fully three years before the official opening of the hall of fame’s official opening in Cooperstown. As one of the hall of fame’s first inductees, Babe Ruth was honored with a custom wall plaque that adorned a special display in the Cooperstown museum.
If you’re an avid reader of suspense thriller novels, or you happen to know who’s who in Houston, then the name of Connie Reeves Cooke may be familiar to you. Her first book, Fade to Dark was published in 2006. The publication of this book was the culmination of Connie’s love for the creative arts, but this remarkable woman still has so much more to offer.